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TUItUcJDAY, SEPT. 19, 188'J.
Sept 18 -SSclir
Mile- Morris from Kauiil
Sclii' awallaui from Koolan
.Slmr A Cuininlni from Koolan
Schr I.uka from Kolml.i
Schr ol W.dilno fiom Ilninakun
Sent 18 -Stinr
Vnltnanalo for Wnlanae and Wal-
S 3 Oceanic lor Yokohama and Hong
kong ' .
Schr Mile Mon-li for ICoohm
Schr Rob Roy for Ewn
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W 0 Hall for Ltihalna, Maalaen,
Konn. Ka i nnd the Volcano ut 10
o'clock it in
Btmr Pole for Konn ports at 11 am
Stmr O It Bishop for Wainnae, Walalua
and Kooluu at 9 a in
Stmr J A Cumin ns for Koolan at 0 a in
Schr Kawtitlabi for Kooluu
Schr Widinalu for Ouomea and Poholkl
From San Francisco per 0 403s
Oceanic, Si pt 181 F Wukelec and 4
Fiotn Koolan per stmr C Jt HUhop
Sept 17 ltowi, S I'eck, Mrs Steward,
Mra C A Brown, I! Chinee and 17 deck
'The O&OS-i Oceanic, C II Ke.nip
pon. Jt N, commander, arrived off port
Wednesday afternoon, 7 days from San
Francisco. Left the latter port Sept 11,
at i :0V p m, had strong northwest winds
and hlffh sea for llrst two days. After
wards light northeast winds and line
weather to port. Hiought 1 cabin past-eager
and 4 Chinese for Honolulu. In
nan-It for Yokohama and -Hongkong D2
cabin, 53 U S seamen, und 4t!0 Peerage
passengers. Cargo in transit 40,1200 Ims
llour, 4030 pkg- ineiclmtuli-i and 418
The bark Caibailen arrived at San
Francisco August 30th, 37 days from
The bark S C Allen left San Fran
cisco Sept 5 for Callao.
Tho British ship Oeaulleld left Liver
pool, Aug 31, for Honolulu.
The S S Alameda left Aucklaud Sept
il for Honolulu.
The batk Fresno airlvcd at Fort
Townsend Aug 1KI from Honolulu.
The German bark 11 Hackfeld sailed
from Liverpool Aus 2S for Honolulu.
The bktne Auiella airlvcd at Eureka
Sept 2 from Honolulu.
i apt Jack Lee, form- rly of the C r
Bryant has been appointed mastei of
tliu bark Sonoma
The schrs Mllle Morris and Kawai
lanl brought 380 and 37C bags lice res
pi'ctlvely from Koolan.
The schvs Luka ami Molwahine boib
arrived from Hainaua in ballast.
The stmr C Jt Bishop br light lust
evening 618 bags lice, 0 bags rico brau
and 200 watermelons.
The O & O - S Oceanic sailed this
afternoon for Hongkong and Yokohama
with 30D steerage pa-seii.ers from this
port, 10 of whom weie Japanese, and
333 hinesc. Theie were nine Chinese
women n lid two Japanese women anion,
The stmia Klnau and Llkelikcare duo
on Saturday morning.
ABRIVALS AT SAN ntANCISCO I
August31 -S S Zealandla, 7 days from
Sept l brig J D Spreckels, 10 days
froniKahului; bktne W U Dlinond, 25
days from Honolulu; C S S Australia',
7 days from Honolulu.
DEPARTURES FUO.M SAN' FRANCISCO:
August 28 bark XV B 'Godfrey for
Honolulu via Port Townsend.
Sept 7 bktne .- N Ciisile for Hono
lulu; D bktne W tl Diuiond for Hono
DI S In Honolulu, Sept. 18th, to the.
wife of P. A. Dias, a sou.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Latest marine news is fully given
in our shipping column.
The bark Cowlitz, from Puget
Sound was telephoned oft" Coco Hoad
at 3 :30 this p. m.
Tun W. H. Diniond, now on her
way to this port, has on board two
cars for tho Tramways Company.
While tho mass mooting at tho
Queen Btrcet rink this evening is es
pecially for natives, all others will bo
Tub British yacht Nyanza, here
the first of the year, arrived at Kobo,
Japan, August 8th, diictrt from Brit
Rev. Jiro Okabo, a member of Rov.
Dr. McLean's church, Oakland, lias
gone to Hilo, Hawaii, to tako charge
of the Japanebo jnissionv
The steamer W. G. Hull loavos at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning for
Maui and Hawaii. Sho will roturn
early Friday morning tho 27th, so as
to connect with tho Australia which
leaves for the Coast at noon on that
Mit. V. Luther Wilcox yesterday
took Messrs. W. M. Oillard, O. B.
Wilson, and Fiank Blown, of the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club, in
thn yacht Hawaii, to inspect the
clubhouse sito londeicd by .Mr. Dil
lingham at Pearl Harbor. They
found everything about tho place
very satisfactory. Theio was a race
coining home with tho yacht Helene.
The hitter led to the passage, but tho
Hawaii passed her enteiing tho har
bor, getting to moorings about ten
When tho AiiHtr.ilia arrived in San
Francisco Sept. 0, Richard E Taylor,
the forger extradited fiom Honolulu,
was 'missing. Ho was in charge of
J. H. Lung try, who saw him asleep
at ono o'clock that morning, but at
flvo 'ho was not to bo found. Tho
ship was searched from stem to
stem, but no Taylor found. A strict
wateli was sot, OnihoUtli tho olll
ccrs'Wero jcwartlodb.v (hiding Taylor
in tho quartermaster's room, under
neath tho lower berth. He was taken
ushoro to the County Jail.'
!'CAl & GENERAL HEWS.
Tilt: Oceanic brought 35 bagB of
mail for the Post Office.
The R. M. S Alameda is due from
the Colonies Friday evening.
Tut: U. S. S Iroquois will xhorlly
visit Honolulu 1n command of Capt.
Tin: regular monthly business
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held this evening.
Tlir.KK will be a ladies' prayer meet
ing lu-ittoirow afternoon at IJ o'clock,
at tho residence of Mrs. Cooke.
Tho latest quotation on the sugar
market ,for 90 test was G. cents. A
slightdecrease sineo last advices.
An apple grown at the Lunalilo
Homo may bo seen in the window ot
the Hawaiian News Company's store.
Mb. J. J. Williams luur excillcnt
photos of R. W. Wilcox in uniform,
on sale at his photographic gallery,
I. L. Baiuunoton, who skipped
from Honolulu on the Austialia, wat
legistercd at the Russ House, San
Fianeiaeo, Sept. 0.
Hon. John A. Cummins entertain
ed Mr. John D. Spreckels and a num
ber of friends at the Grand Hotel,
San Fiancisco, Sept. 3d.
Tin: departuro of tho Australia
from Sail Francisco was postponed
to Saturday, the 14th, at noon. She
will lie duo here on Saturday.
Captain Jacobson takes command
of the bark C. I). Bryant, vice Capt.
Penhallow, who, it is said, will take
charge of a new vessel building at
Hon. John L. Stevens, the new
American Minister, bis wife and two
.daughters, have arrived in San Fran
cisco from Maine. They will bo hero
A telegram from Sydnov, N. S.
W., dated Sept. 6th, says, "The Legis
lative Assembly has approved the
continuanco for ono year of the San
Francisco mail contract.
Da. Powell, who shot Editor
Ralph S. Smith at Redwood City, in
November, 18S7, has been found
guilty of manslaughter. He was to
be sentenced Sept. 12th.
Ala meeting of Company C, Ho
nolulu Rilles, held last evening, J.
M. Camara was elected Captain, J.
Ferreira First Lieutenant, and J. Ma
ehado Second Lieutenant.
The schooner W. S. Bowne is
bringing two passenger locomotives,
two tirstclass passenger cars, a second
class car and a combined baggage
and binokiim car, for tho Oahu Rail
CArr. Hobron was in a dying con
dition whon tho Oceanic left San
Francisco. He had been suffering
intense pain for several days, and ex
pressed a wi6h that the end might be
The marriage notico of Mr. Deer
ing to Miss Estee in this morning's
paper was premature. The wedding
was not to tako place until the day
after the Oceanic sailed. There'
many a blip, etc.
PurtSER Fred. W. Fuhrniann, of
the Oceanic, has tho thanks of the
Bulletin for files of late San Fran
cisco papers. Mr. Fulirmann was
formerly purser of the Hawaiian
steamer San Mateo.
Within a few weeks about forty
missionaries will have sailed from
San Francisco for China, Japan and
adjacent countries. The S. S. Oceanic
that has just called hero had a num
ber of thebe missionaries on board.
Aphihal Heneage, commanding
the British fleet in the Pacific, will be
relieved by Admiral Greaves in
November. Admiral Heneage is
most unpopular at Victoria, B. C,
and the Victorians havo nicknamed
him "Admiral Pompo."
Leonard Mitchell, a well known
old resident, who assisted Kauikeao
tili to erect tho flag polo on the top
of Punchbowl in 18U0,inade a trip up
thcro yestorday. He renewed ac
quaintance with the Hag polo and
.then unfolding an American flag
gavo three cheers.
This evening the Japanese feto
will be held at tho Queen Emma
hall, and will no doubt attract a very
large attendance. Thcio will be
Japanese wales, pictures, costumes,
and a tea garden. Ice cream and
cake will bo served. Tho admission
is twenty-fivo cents. Tho Hawaiian
band will bo in attendance.
On tho arrival of the Zoalandia in
San Francisco Purser George Mo
Lane was ptesenlfd with a scurf pin.
Tlio presentation was made by Geo.
C. Buckley on behalf of the passen
gers from Honolulu. The prosont
was accompanied by a letter acknow
ledging his kindness and courtesy on
tho trip. Tho pin is a very handsome
affair, being in shape of a fly, with a
large diamond for tho body, and two
smaller ones for tho eyes, tho legs
being of gold.
The 8. F. Alta in its Oakhmd notes
of September 0, has the following:
Oliailos A. Cliapin, one of the oldest
raihoad engineer h, who has lately
been superintending an extoiuive
sugar plantation in tho Hawaiian
Islands, has been greeting old ac
quaintances among tho raihoad men
at West Oakland. Mr. Cliapin i.tn
the "Nevada" on tho old Sacramento
Valley Rajlioad years ago when t
was tlio only road in the State. He
left this city for tho Hawaiian Islands
about eleven years ago, and says that
: ho intends to return in about two
i years and build a homo in Oakland,
San Franciacn, Sept. 11, per 8.
Admiral Glierardi telegraphs from
Hayti confirmation of thu report
that Legitime had accepted the
terms offered and gone on b nrd a
Krencli cruiser at Port an Piinee.
Legitime has sinoe reached New
Commander Harrington was sus
pended from the U. S. navy two
years, forstrandiiig the practice ship
Uonstellailou near Copu Uatteras ou
June 15. The court martial having
recommended him to eleraenoy,
Secretary Tracy has commuted tho
sentence to one year. .
An earthquake shock in Pcnsyl
vania, 10th, shook several towns
and caved inn mine at Wilkesbarre,"
iti which no one was working.
Joseph Kelly, third sou of Eugene
Kelly, the millionaire banker of Now
York, was blown from a train, while
trnvulling with his father in New
Jersey, and instantly killed.
Teddy Sohuffuss, formerly a
social star in California, is in Jail in
Brooklyn, N. Y., for stealing
diamonds. When arrested he was
one ol the lions of society at Ash
The Universal Peace Union in
America has issued a protest against
Congressman Samuel Sullivan
Cox, the famous journalist, Con
ressman and diplomatist, died in
New York ou the 10th, aged about
The iiithoritics of some Indiana
counties are preeweding against tho
White Caps for conspiracy and fel
on, ous riot. Those arrested include
prominent farmers and the heads ol
A jurj' cannot be got in the Cronin
murder trial in Chicago.
Charles Joseph Savary, who was
a leading politician in France but
fled to America to avoid" punishment
for the Bank of Lyons failure, died
at Ottawa on the 9th. He wa9 re
garded as the author of the Riel re
bellion in the Northwest through his
A terrific storm accompanied hy
tidal waves has beet, raging several
clays alons the North Atlantic coast.
Immense damage has been done at
the fashionable shore resorts. Disas
ters at sea are expected to be re
ported. Returned sikppers from Bebring
Sea. interviewed at San Francisco,
denounce the seizures of sealers as
farcical. One man is put aboard
each vessel seized to take hei to
Sitka. He is sent below and after
loading up with seals the vessel sails
to British Columbia and dismisses
Relations are strained bclween
Mexico and Guatemala, owing to a
petard being thrown at the Mexican
Legation in Guatemala.
Gen. Alger has been elected commander-in-chief
of the G. A. R.
John L. Sullivan is going to run
for the United States Congiess in
the Boston district.
A boy of twelve years was cauuht
round the neck by a rope attached
to a balloon at Portland, and earned
up a thousand feet, but catching on
to the ring he landed safely with
the balloon in seven minutes. The
balloonist let go the trapeze at the
start, because bis weight would have
strangled the boj Three thousand
people witnessed the tliiilliug in
cident. The President will not call an ex
A story is published that Steve
Brodie went over Niagara Falls in
an inflated rubber suit, was picked
up unconscious but soon revived.
He was tried by a Canadian justice
ol the peace for attempting suicltle,
but discharged tinder 5500 bonds to
keep the Dominion laws one year.
The magistrate had told him he
would discharge him if ho said he
did not go over Hie fallo at all, when
Brodie said he would say so but
would not make affidavit to that ef
fect, as lie was a Catholic and could
not perjure himself.
President Adams of the Union
Pacific Railway, at a banquet at
Fore Worth, Texas, snid his com
pany meditated running a line
thiough Texas to the Gulf, as the
Inter-State CommcrceAct hamppred
them in reaching the European mar
kets by way of Chicago and Duluth,
It was more than probable that tho
old route of traffic would glvo place
to the new.
T. G. SliaughnesBy, assistant man
ager of the Canadian Pacific Rail
way, has gone to England to con
tract for three 5G00 ton 18 knot
steamships, to cost 8 1,000,000 each,
and bedeliveied at Vancouver in
eighteen months, for the C. P. R.
mail service to China and Japan.
Manager Van Horn says there is
nothing but univorjiil disaster to
prevent the company from earning
80.000,000 next year, and $8,000,
000 net, or six per cent on its capi
The London strike continues. It
is said to be the largest labor strike
the world ha9 ever seen. Money is
pouring in for tlie strikers from Aus
tralia. John Burns, the labor agi
tator, in n speech upbraided Amer
ican woikingmen for forwarding
"sentiment and sympathy enough
to encircle the world, but not a nin
gle cent to relieve tho want of their
lellow workmen." Caidinal Mun
: uing Is oiler ing his mediation. In
the meantime the pli.cos of strikers
I mo being steadily filled.
HONOLULU, H. I., EffiPTJBMBJSlR 10, 1889.
mutilated tjorpse, the
been found in Whltc-
The majority of the Clyde sugar
refineries have closed for ten days
tn order to raise the price.
An explosion and fire in Antwerp
caused a loss of about 30,000,000
francs, while 10G nn.n were killed
and 7!) wounded.
Ira Paine, the rclebrated Ameri
can marksman, died in Pails, and
his body will be taken home for
burial at Providence. R. I.
All the judges of Riga are under
arrest for using the Gorman lan
4Ztiao after they had been ordered
tp use the Russian..
Mrs. Langtry has reappeared In a
great stago success at Wolverhamp
ton, nfter three years absence de
voted to study on the continent.
II. E. Searlc, the Australian oars
man, defeated W. J. O'Connor, the
Canadian, in a race of four and a
half miles on the Thames, lUli inst.,
by about six lengths in 22 minutes
and 42 seconds. O'Connor's time
was 23 minutes and 2 seconds. It
is said 400,000 was staked on the
loser in Canada alone. O'Connor
was a victor over Teemer and Gatt
daur, but had been beaten by Han
Ian. Searle is tile man that beat
Hanlan in Australia, and was de
scribed by the latter to tho Bulle
tin reporter hero as a "perfect cy
clone." The Germans havo blockaded
Zadaani, West Coast Africa, and
fighting is expected.
The Pope has abandoned tho idea
of leaving Rome, the German Gov
ernment having mediated in his be
half and assured him that in the
event of war Italy would strictly
respect his position.
Boulanger has been given up as a
pet of the Royalists.
The Bishop of Marseilles protests
against the Minister of Justice's
prohibiting priests from interfering
in the elections, and affirms the
right of priests to participate in poli
tics to their hearts' content.
Dr. Brown-Sequard of Paris is
annoyed at the experiments niado
with his remedy by doctors who do
not understand it in America, and
does not like the name "elixir"
much less "elixir ot life" given it.
SALE OF BUILDING LOTS.
At noon to-day, Auctioneer Jas.
II. Boyd of the Interior Department,
offered for sale a number of building
lots situate at Kaluaopalena, Kalihi.
He sold six out of thirty-nine of
fered as follows: Lot 8, 0.723 acre,
and Lot 1), 0.783 acre, to Papala
wahine for SI 01 and $158 respec
tively; Lot 10, 1 acre, to Poomaike
lani for 5200; Lots 11 and 12, both
0.817 acre, to Bila Kanaloa Kama
kau for SlCScach; Lot 23, 0.H17
acie, to raoio jiminez ior ioo.
The lease of the Government land
known as Nakula iu Kaupo, Maui,
containing an area of 1500 acres,
was sold to J. C. Flnres, M. J. Faria
and T. K. Clarke for $105. The
lease is for ten years.
" Yesterday Mr. Dillingham and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard took a num
ber of friends to Pearl harbor. The
extent -and beauty of the harbor
were a revelation to the varioua
mmbers of the party. It is many
times larger than any ono had
thought. No one can realize the
many miles of possible boating until
he has actually traversed, for lmurs,
the excellent water ways that make
up the large lagoon. That the land
surrounding the harbor is very pro
ductive is proved by the rice and
banana plantations, and fields of
algeroba trees, that have resulted
iroin the present incomplete attempt
The O.ihu Railway Co. has al
ready made access to tho harbor an
assured success. The owners of
land around tho harbor can easily
make their possessions beneficial
and beautiful. A little forethought
and caic in tree planting wiil pro
vide a fine series of parks for the
time that is sure to come, when the
entrance to the harbor will be open
ed and the excellent water privileges
used by large vessels. Such timber
culture will also bring a good re
venue to the ewncrs.
Pearl harbor affords one of the
best opportunities in the world for
quiet boating and yachting. It cer
tainly offers the best opening in the
kingdom for a real pleasure rosort,
and is bound to bo in tho near future
a beautiful suburb to Honolulu.
W. D. Westeuvi'.i.t.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following lable shows the
standing of the clubs of the Nation
id Lcaguu and American Associa
tion up to Sept. 11 th :
I Won Lost
, SB ' UB
A Fair nil Festival
JN aid of the work of the Japanese
I'.enivoleal Union will bo held
THUKDvY KVKNING, September
lBih at Q leen limnia Hall, corner of
Itcreta da nil IN uu.inii streets. Japanco
waru, !iaiury, tea gtrden, pictures,
costume, etc., etc. leu cream und cake.
Tlin Hawaiian linml will furnish tho
tiitsln Admittance! S5 cents. Doors
pun i.t 7 o'clock, t'alo will begin 7'30
r. . 35S 2t
DURING my nbence from this King,
doin G ATiatm will net for'mi
un'der full powo nt mlnrnev
GOO YORK (G.
Bonolu'it, upt 17, 1'sSl)
LL. person a e
hereby notified, not
V. to Oil in order
in mv mime.
aller this (lute, for ifcoiml of the con.
tiuct on. f Jtu Oiilju K'dlwtiy, u.lllioui
written req is'ti'i 'r m mv -illlce
11. F. DILLINGHAM,
Oiii'ii or tl. H Si L Co. '
Hoiol ilti. So- " isl, a0 3t
O HI i:.
i LL ii t t. -I.h'is at the
iJL. Yu-tui iO blnk fj teSiectfully
requested to call for tin in niili- nt delay.
335 4t Yobiiiillu ltluk.
MR. ANTON VOGEL is not in oiu
omiiluv nn more after this date.
E. HOFFSOIILAEGER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. !M, 16S0. 8,15 lm
Tl MAI, of Kula, Maui, hereby
notify all whom il may concern
tliui I have this day duly authorized
Fong Wul of samo nlnee to net for me
as my attorney in fact during my au.
senee from t Kingdom.
Honolulu, Sept. IB, 1889. it."3 lw
FILTER PRESSES !
K Second hand Kroog's Patent Filter
O Prostes, as good as new, bavins
been Used but a fow mouths; 8, 4a
Chambers, SI, 20 Chambers, 8 Second,
hand Clariflcrs, SCO (.'(illons cnpaclty
each. This machinery has been thrown
out of use by tho Diffusion Process
being Introduced; nnd li otlered for
nale at veiy low prices. For particulars
.T. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Fort St., Honolulu. P.O. liox 330.
'OTICE U hereby riven to all per.
sons liarinx claims against the
Estate of i liarlcs II. Nicoll, Into of
Honolulu, deceased, to present the same
10 the undersigned within six months
fiom the date of this publication or
they wih be tortver barred.
J. J. LECKER,
Admin'sirator Hstatu C)ia-. II. JNioull.
ilono ul , -pt. 13, 18h0. 362 lw
THE undersigned hereby givci notice
that having been appointed As
signee f thu Estate of Aplaua and Ahi,
ol Kohahi, tdl claims against the said
e-itatt must ho pie-entetl to him after
being sworn to, within 30 days from
(lute anil nil amounts due to said estate
should he immcdlutilv piid to liim
W. J. 1JRODIE.
Kiihula, Sept. 13, I860 8.11 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
1'IIE following uenilcmcn were duly
licii-d tn herve i.s officers of the
Miituil Telephone Company for the en.
-ulng j ear:
lin II. A. Wi I. matin.... President,
on t: H Hi-hop ..VicePiefidcnt
. ). ci .!. -ce'i-'my ft Treasurer,
Hon K. Ailei f. Auditor.
Dirio.ti r-. Mi - . If. V. Widcmann
C. It t'.ii-ho , F . Sclt ii fer, A. Jaeger,
. C. A I en, Ij. C. .wo ml f Merger
C. O. BERGEK,
Ilono oiu, f'e(it IS, i8'i 350 lw
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
View ami Landscape
Makes a itpccialty of photographing
leiiilencts, interior, cr nips, decorii.
tionH and all kinds of out and indoor
views Alto, iloufi printing and develop
ing for umuteura and others at the
lowest rutus. Satisfaction given and
all orders receive prompt attention.
Views mounted in hooks to order.
OFflCK: Corner of King and Alakoa
street. P. O. Box f!2. Mutual Tele. 850.
The Thorouglibred Stallion
Will stand ut scivleo at
Riccoun 2:22, Sacramento, Sept. I.r,
Pediouhe: Marin was sired hy
Qulnn's Prttolicn, he hy (Jeo. M. Put.
clicn, Jr.; Murin'H dnm by Emigrant, ho
by Hilly McCnickcn; Hilly McOracLeu
by McL'rftClton'u lllitck Hawk, 7(17, (the
sire of Luil) Doolev, and of the dam of
Overman. 2:11110. McCrackcu'a Illnck
Hawk, 707, by- Vermont Bluck Hawk, 6;
2nd iliun hy MHrhliiillM Black ilawk, lie
by Elision' Illnck Hawk. Tho dam' of
Qulnn'fr Kitchen hy H'ockbrldgu Chief,
hu by Vermont Uluck Hawk, C.
It. T 'nrnll of Han Eranohco, tho
foimer owner of Marin, vouches, th'it
out of thlry-h mures served by this
linrt-.r ilirmi,' hi6 )ii'-l KeaAmi In C.ili.
foruiu, ih.irty.tlvo proved with ford.
PAUL It. IKEXItEIUJ.
OPINIONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.'
From the Jew YonK TiMF.a,, Tune 2, 1SS9.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has ndopted a new form of
policy which, like a. bonk draft, is a simple pronilso to pay without condi
tions on the back.
Prom the Omc.uio Isvr.sTtoooit.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public thj most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods,
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
porhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that thia great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like ot which has not before been known in life insurance.
Pi out tho Kkstucky Reoistku, Richmond, Ky June Sfl, 18S9.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the pa3t, done more to
010010 nnd maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the chnracter referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked conlldence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
TFrom the Ronton Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
from the Pacific UNDKitwitrrat.'Sau Francisco, July 1, 18S9.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-lioldors and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
6ST For full particulars call on
The Sfiicap OasSi Register
Automatic Adding Attachment !
This is the only CASH ItEGLSTEIt that has a Self-adding Attachment
which shows the total amount of sales at any moment.
0" Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without one. Jgf3
C. O. BERCER,
33(5 lm Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
J. & C. FISCHER P6AEUOS
BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS a CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
N. HOFFSCHLAGER & Co..
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use ai'A?'Srou HrilliM 1840
Claim Louise Kellooo,
ZVLUBIO 1EPA.TCXXEIS'JL' -
HAWABBAN BUEWS CO..
gjtf" Call, or wiite for Cataloging.
ITlURXLsnED Rooiiik to lot,
? Boiithweit corner of
Punchbowl and Deretunla
streets, would bo vety convenient for n
small family. W6 Cm
LATE. Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
I RESIDENCE of
1 Mr. James Love,
LATE Uesideneo of
Mr. M. Green,
2IU Korl street.
QTORE, lite, now occupied by
O Mr. Wollo, (Irocer,
B- Apply to
A. J. CAIfcTWUlOHT,
Roil tf Merch'int Mroct.
m i ii i . -
PASTURE for HORSE
Hnlekou, Kanewho, Koolnupoko.
:W Heron ol koo-I iiaMuru hu d, .ill
cuelosod n'eiity of vyiiter. Apply to
Charles . Hiram, r.t the Klni; t bltihles-,
llonolulu, or ut llalukou. f eb-23 81) ly
xyjjMii'Hj.'iicm'je; jcakxj. uJyMJgnuMoramujvtj-i a iil,ii iaawj
- THE - PRESS
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
L' - UI'J
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
King and Bethel Streets.
Ivan E. Moiiowaski,
Hole Agents for tho Hawaiian Luanda.
MRS. MONROE. Indies' nurae, liu
removed to No. 3, Kukul lane.
the btt Mid . cheancBt DlacJr
Rock, Coral. Baud and Boll Tor
sale iu any quantity. Apply at the law
olllco of William O. Acht, No. SC Mr.
chnni jittcei, Houoliilu, II. I. 301 8m. ,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS.
Engineer & Contractor,
Is prepared to detdgn and contract for
nil cliiaMii of Bugur Extmction Much!,
nery, Irrigating Machinery, Evaporat
ing AppiiititiiB, Vacuum Pans, Engines
of all kinilH and for all purposes, H&ter
Whcele, Water Conduit!', (.both pipes
and tlumcs, Steam Ikillem of various
kinilH, Railroad Material and Rolling
tiioek, Etc , Etc. ,
In all its branches a specialty.
Plantation!) supplied with CUemll and
Analytical Apparatus of the very best
description to order.
HaT OIoaq sttenlloii paid to all order
anil .ntUfuctlon tn thu purchaser gua
ranteed. P. O. llox 280. Fort street,
; - -'&? fa )ifet n-w -f-ii .rffcrljlf!1
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